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Growbox Cultivation: Introduction

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Growing great pot in limited space can be tricky but HIGH TIMES editorial director and cultivation expert Nico Escondido has the solution. All-in-one, turn-key growboxes – like the one featured here from Cabinet Grow – offer solutions for w...

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Japanese Monk Accused of Growing Marijuana

By HIROKO TABUCHI, Associated Press Writer

Man Says Court-mandated Treatment Violated His Religious Freedom

DETROIT (AP) — When a Genesee County judge gave Joseph Hanas a choice between going to prison and attending a drug treatment program, he chose treatment. But after Hanas says the Pentecostal program staff told him his Catholic religion was "witchcraft" and took away hi...

New 'Chappelle's Show' Sketches to Air

NEW YORK (AP) -- Dave Chappelle is back on Comedy Central -- well, kind of.

Alcohol During and After Prohibition

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Alcohol Prohibition Ends on December 5, 1933

On December 5, 1933, the 21st Amendment to the U.S Constitution is ratified, repealing Prohibition. The manufacture, sale, and possession of alcoholic beverages is no longer illegal and the Seattle City Council enacts an emergency ordinance permitting the sale of beer and wi...

Medical Marijuana Bill Introduced in Michigan House of Representatives

Measure by Rep. LaMar Lemmons III Builds on Strong Support for Local Initiatives

Czech Republic is EU Cannabis Capital

Less than two years into its EU membership, the Czech Republic has already gained notoriety as the European frontrunner when it comes to beer drinking and dope smoking. It's a reputation the nation is not keen to have.

Oregon NORML Honors Growers

For a long time C Notes naively assumed that a "cannabis cup" competition was simply an excuse to indulge. We wondered how anybody, after sampling one strain, could judge the effect of any strain sampled subsequently? Oregon NORML resolves this fool's paradox by doing the ju...

Scientists Say Trained Wasps Could Replace Dogs for Sniffing Out Drugs, Bombs and Bodies

TIFTON, Ga. Dec 3, 2005 — Trained wasps could someday replace dogs for sniffing out drugs, bombs and bodies. No kidding.

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